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Here is another version of what already exists. I asked two ventilators server independently of one another. It is also possible to manage their speed. An LCD display shows the voltage according to the power used in LED 100 watts. The CPU heat sink is directly in contact with the LED, in order to reduce the length of the frame and rigidity. The images speak for themselves ...

Step 1: Wiring Diagram

Step 2: Mounting

This is an awesome project... however can you break it down into steps... a parts list... tools list... then a step by step tutorial. Then it'd be grade A. The way you have it, is very hard to follow.
<p>I was looking for a 50W Power LED driver when I ran into your project.<br>Your concept on the idea is good and the execution is good also. but, the presentation could be better for the wiring schematic and the mounting you could've used a little more time into the document. and like what &quot;<a href="https://www.instructables.com/member/DIY%20Hacks%20and%20How%20Tos" rel="nofollow">DIY Hacks and How Tos</a>&quot; said it would be better if broken into several steps.<br>anyway cool and amazing.</p><p>Way to gO!</p>
<p>Confusing. At best.</p>
<p>You can use a radiator (aluminium) from Amd cpu(small and performant) and add a peltier module for save some energy from hot parts of lamp and charge a little battery for a second courtesy lamp....</p>
<p>If I were you, I would use a higher quality thermal adhesive than what you used for the LED...</p>
<p>Why? I've use the generic stuff for years on dozens heatsinks, large and small, and it has excellent thermal conductivity. Holds great too. </p>
<p>Cool project. But it might be easier for people to read through if you broke it up into multiple steps for each section of the build. This would let you organize the pictures and text into smaller groups.</p>

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